David Warner said "It’s still a dream, I haven’t woken up yet, hopefully it all sinks in tonight and I can get ready for tomorrow night,"
"They just said, ‘You’ve got to try to kind of erase it out of your mind, especially after today’," he continued.
"They said, ‘Soak it up and just make sure it doesn’t affect your cricket and make sure you’re back on the park tomorrow’.
"They are a great bunch of blokes. I didn’t know what to expect when I first walked into the changing room, but they’re all so welcoming and great fun to be around and I’m just loving the moment.”
"I had a good night out last night and now I’m concentrating on tomorrow night’s game."
"My hopes aren’t too high, I was over the moon to get the call for these two Twenty20s, that’s just an amazing experience for myself, I’ll play tomorrow night and go back and play for
"As a kid growing up, you want that baggy green. Obviously I’ve got to get the baggy blue first and hopefully that comes soon and I can show what I can actually do instead of being pigeonholed as a Twenty20 player," he said.